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Daniel Lazare

Daniel Lazare is an American freelance journalist, publicist and blogger.

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February 7, 2021
How Democracies Die

U.S. politics are already reeling from the events of January 6, and now the Biden administration is weakening them all the more.

December 23, 2020
Irony and SolarWinds

What high-tech corporate officials have said about the breach is so contradictory that it’s clear they don’t have a clue as to who’s responsible.

December 9, 2020
A Look Back at Mear One’s ‘Freedom for Humanity’

What hotter button could there be to push than that of anti-Semitism? The world has moved on since the days of Dachau and the Gulag, and methods of control are no longer as brutal. But they’re still effective nonetheless.

November 28, 2020
Joe Biden and Terrorism

The Saudis may be terrorists, but they’re America’s terrorists, and that’s all that counts.

November 4, 2020
Is Adam Schiff an Anti-Semite?

The more Schiff engages in his magical thinking about Russia, the greater the likelihood that others will take his logic, tweak it a bit, and use it against the Jews.

October 23, 2020
The Barrett Travesty

Instead of a modern democracy, America returns to its roots as a rickety old eighteenth-century republic that is increasingly unresponsive and corrupt.

October 14, 2020
Packing the Court: Why Joe Biden Can’t Commit

What Democratic constitution-worship has come to is a society that is switching into reverse and which no one knows how to stop.

September 22, 2020
Biden: Stop Making Sense

Biden-style incoherence will work not better than the current Trumpian nonsense. The United States is using the Middle East as its own private playground, and millions of people are paying a deadly price.

September 7, 2020
Bipartisan Fear-Mongering

Russian interference in 2016 is nothing but a fairy tale that members of the CIA tell little intelligence agents as they tuck them in at night.

August 10, 2020
Neoliberalism and the Beirut Explosion

The Aug. 5 explosion was the coup de grâce, a sign that the damage was irreparable. Beirut was truly and completely broken.

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